Use console.log to provide diagnostic capabilities for debugging.


console.log("Hello, world!") ; //will print Hello, World! in the console


Other parameters can be passed in, such as document.cookies to show what cookies are currently used by the document, or passing a variable that has been assigned getElementsById:


var = myVar.getElementsBtId("p") ;

console.log(myVar) ;


This will return an array of all the p elements, that can further be drilled down into within the console.


Once in the console, you can use JavaScript as per your scripts, e.g. to make all text blue: = "blue"

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